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. hack attack. we owe china money but does that mean they own our back bone. carbin' in is kicking off right now. >> hi, everyone. i am jiry willis in for eric boling. our carbin' in jew. wayne, and johnathon and gary and margey . it is a pleasure to have with us former massachusetts republican senator and fox contributor scott brown. where is the beef? it is it heading higher. 10 percent higher and at a time when people's paychecks are shrink that is not good news. instead of lawmakers serving up scare tactics on spending cuts, shouldn't they be focused on giving shoppers a break. >> scott? >> if you look at the super markets and business owners are not going to pass that off to the consumers is a mistake and then you throw in the scare tactics and it is going to lead to higher costs. they need to stop with the scare tactics and get down to business. >> johnathon, look at the numbers. ground beef and up 13.4 percent and families caint take that, can they. >> no, we are talking about jerry, inflation. it is it caused by government and the artificial expansion of the money supply to sup
china. >> coming up, what you should look for to select the perfect piece. >> and antique collector or not, you walk around this show and i am sure there is something you will find you want. i'm sharon gibala live at the maryland antique >> a live look over 395. it's 41 degrees at 8:41. welcome back to eyewitness news. a chance to travel back in time. this weekend there's a show in town the flooding you do just that and help out with a good cause. >> wjz life. we doing sharon gibala with a look at a wide range of collectibles in a variety of styles and prices. good morning. >> good morning, guys. this is one of those shows you walk around in every booth is completely different. you walk around and you are guaranteed to find something that you won't have already found. quite a list of things i wouldn't mind having. we have one of the dealers with us. good morning. >> good morning. how are you? >> good. you were saying a lot of people think people think this is just the ground show. >> we also have some other items here that you m
law. now is going to ll u us it's our box >> the cyber wars. china hacng us blind? >> ty are targeting a broad of wetern organizations. sreme courthe the death penalty. >> he might as well p pick a cad the deck to figure penalty.get the death >> not a single justice will say is unconstitutional, but someme it's a bad idea. in senate, the brashsh new kid on the block. i was elected t to represent 26 texans and to speak the truth. captioned by t national captioning g institute >> sequestration. march 1st is the deadline. a pentagon warns 800,000 employees will have to and federalleave cut inrs will taka 20% for six months. flying will be a little tougher. long lines at the airport, avel delays. wt to be careful what you eat. food safety inspectors will be effected. fbi and other law enforcent will ta a hit. salary for members of congress is safe. they say nonone of this was to happen. >> it was never meant to become unimplemented policy. they face a simple choice. they willing to compromise, protectct vital investments in education, health care, national curity, and al
that it's all our fault? >> the cyber wars. is china hacking us blind? >> of starting a broad swath of western organizations. >> you might as well pick a card out of the deck as to who will get the death penalty. >> some of them will say it's a bad idea. >> the brash new kid on the block. >> i was elected to speak the truth. captioned by the national captioning institute quite sequestration. march 1st is the deadline. they warn 800,000 civilian employees will have to take unpaid leave in federal employee workers will have to take a cut for the next six months. the long lines at the airport, travel delays. you may want to be careful what you e because food safety inspectors will be affected. they will be taking a hit. salaries in congress are safe, but they tell us none of this is supposed to happen. >> it was never meant to become implemented policy. >> and now they face a simple choice. are they willing to compromise to protect vital investments and all the jobs that depend on them? or would they raer put hundreds of thousands of jobs and our entire economy at ri
. every dollar washington spends, 40 cents comes from china. the problem is that unless the cuts begin at some point, we're heading over a cliff. this is the only time, the only time republicans have a chance by doing nothing, since it's written into law the how the real cuts. and the president in his second term ought to rise above this and is looking at his numbers instead of the budget of the united states. he has proposed no cuts -- none. >> he does not even seem to be worrying about it. there is no sense of urgency. they're so in charge but they only see this in terms of an advantage. there's no sense from the white house that they are worried. >> i hate to interrupt this gloom and doom but it is 30 cents we get for each dollar, which is an improvement. as far as the president's numbers on the deficit, the percentage of income collected from the income-tax has been the low was between 2009 and 2012 in the past 60 years since the korean war, since before the existence of medicare and the reality is the republicans have ruled out any tax increases and they're being irresponsible. th
't get tough with china. this is all over the numerous cyber attacks china is accused of waging against u.s. companies and government agencies. a fox news contributor. great to have you back on the show. it seems like the u.s. government wants to talk a tough game. there is absolutely y nothing behind it. how can there be something behind it when we hope china so much money? >> talk with nothing behind it is unfortunately typical of the obam administration. the point you're making about the debt is significant. i think it has been a problem for the united states in the wrong way. it comes up when people say whenever we have an issue with china basically they say, well, we can't do anything about that. then we don't do anything about it. you never challenge china you never forced them to use the debt as leverage, so the went for free. the conclusion in beijing is we might as well post a little bit harder. point number two, i tnk the leverage that the debt of force china is greatly overstated because their economy is just as dependent on our's as ours is on them. gerri: we are there market
china and a new debate over drones and the still-running controversy over torture, which bubbled up again with "zero dark thirty" oscar nominations. national security with a panel of people who come at it from different angles. michael hayden director of cia and nsa and a global security advisory firm. reuel marc gerecht is now senior fellow at the foundation for the defense of democracies. richard haass former top national security official under both presidents bush. he is now president of the council on foreign relations and the author of a forthcoming book "foreign policy begins at home." and jane harman retired from congress after nine terms. a leading legislature on issues flout her career and now runs the woodrow wilson center in washington. with that stack of resumes, i hope to god we have an interesting conversation. >> go to a break now. >> let's talk about drones, richard, you took a fairly strong stance for republican national security official. you think we've gone too far with drone strikes. >> i do. i think we ought to make them possible. they do some good. on the oth
members that include the united states, china, it includes russia. russia is really neither an economic or military superpower except in regards to its nuclear arsenal. and then we have friends and britain and here we have two very much medium powers that are not economic heavyweights, you still exert a great deal of forward and influence in world affairs. a large part of that as leverage they security council itself. we have no india, no brazil, no party from outside this kind of frozen group. and this is, i think, an enormous problem for the security council and one that there's probably no structural way to overcome. the reason why is pretty simple. if you say to any of the current members, why did she set on down, france and britain come you guys had to combine in a single european union fee. and then there's a lot of hemming and hauling it in the meantime, germany pops up and says pet, we are actually one of the world's great economic superpowers. we have no military to speak of and we cannot do anything, but we pay for everything, so we actually deserve a seat. she say we know how
. >>> coming up tonight, a national security risk. we are monitoring the latest on the china cyber threats after the recent hacks into government servers and several other businesses. more troubling news for the family of olympic track runner oscar pistorius. the double am amputee is facing murder charges and now so is his brother. we'll have the latest. >>> internet security experts are pointing the finger at china for thefts of information from the american military and companies. the white house has raised the cyber theft issues with chinese senior officials. peter dusey has more. >> reporter: china is targeting the united states with cyber attacks every single day, and it's getting worse. according to the chairman of the house integrity committee, right now mike rogers says there's no consequence for it. >> they use their military and intelligence structure to steal intellectual property. repurpose it and compete in the international market against the united states. >> roberts want to indict back factors and prevent these cyber thieves from getting visas. we're told president obama ha
legacy. thank you >> thank you. moving on >> we request china 13 caffeine and making the ports conference for the support staff. >> i'm sorry commissioner adams your recusing yourself from this. and you should make the motion to recuse >> i move that we recuse commissioner all these. >> now we go back to actually is there any public comment 1, 2, 3, 4. we go back to approve the commissioner to attend the china conference. >> so not. >> second. >> all in favor? resolution 1302 has passed. moving on >> item 10 a
and take back to china and repurposing it and competing for the companies in the international company. a very large manufacturing company was hacked and they argue because of the theft, chinese theft took it back and copied their product and competing against them. 25,000 u.s. manufacturing jobs lost because of it >> why aren't we doing something more about it? this is huge. >> it is huge. >> wo've why don't we hear more about this, congressman? >> companyings are reluctant to talk about it ours was the first committee two years ago to come out and name as the number one espion age actor in the world . weep never saw anything like it in the history of the world by the way . companies are reluctant to come forward. i couldn't get someone to testify because of fear of retribution for doing business in china. we had an odd events that allowed companies to say i don't want to talk about it and it might hurt my stock prices and ability to raise capitol and we have pushed the envelope and pushed the envelope until now the report that you referenced showed how serious chinese respionage is a
mean for you and your family. >>> plus, china hackers targeting american companies. joe biden targets the nra. >> you don't need an ar-15. buy a shotgun >>> and the oscars hit washington. we take on all of the week's politics right now. >>> hello again. 18 months ago, the white house and congress agreed to a doomsday plan across the board spending cuts. forcing washington find a better fix to our budget. no dice. that sequester will start on friday. the battle over what it means has already begun. we'll debate that on our powerhouse round table. >>> but first some facts. pentagon will take the biggest hit. president obama warned of dire consequences yesterday. >> the threat of these cuts has forced the navy to delay the deployment of an aircraft carrier to the persian gulf. just this week, the pentagon announced that if these cuts go through, almost 800,000 defense employees, the equivalent of every person in miami and cleveland combined will be forced to take an unpaid leave. >> with that, let's take the debate to our first roundtable. headlined by mike rogers of michigan. lead democ
bangs. chinese new year being celebrated in klein china for 5,000 years. the san francisco parade is the largest in the western world compared except for china. we'll see a lot of exciting things tonight. 100 units of floats passing by. the dragon 268 feet long will be dancing, as well. there will be the great big finale as you hear in the background. we'll hear more of that. a big finale of 600,000 firecrackers. as you said, a million folks here in san francisco ton to enjoy it on a great night a clear night. chilly at first but no wind, fog or rain. all those recovered in the past are grateful for that. >> thank you. >>> thousands of people also turned out for the 24th annual chinatown community fair. they enjoyed the taste, sights and sounds of san francisco's chinatown. the fair continues tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. so you still have time to celebrate the year of the snake. you can even get a photo with the dragon from tonight's parade. >>> mc hammer taken to the slammer. the reason a bay area police officer arrested the rapper. >>
of people also turned out for the 24th annual china town community fair in honor of the chinese new year, they enjoyed the taste, sights, and sounds of san francisco's china town. the fair continues tomorrow from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. so you have time to celebrate the year of the snake. you can get a photo with a dragon from tonight's parade. >>> this week's crane accident is not putting construction on the new portion of the bay bridge off schedule. what is happening now to make sure the work stays on time. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, what c >>> a new crane is going to pick up where the toppled bay bridge crane left off. what caused the crane to collapse on thursday is still being investigated. it was removing a 129-ton piece of metal when it toppled over. that metal piece was part of the bridge's temporary support structure. nobody was injured and the bridge wasn't damaged. the incident will not delay the labor day weekend of the new eastern span. >>> it was moth balls for years just after being completed. thanks to new funding, a library is finally open. dozens of people turned out for a communi
some of the country's biggest corporations. experts tracking them to hackers in china. peter doocy with details from washington. what's the latest? >> we got specifics from the chairman of the house intelligence committee, congressman mike rogers who says the chinese are stealing intellectual property of americans companies. they take an america company as idea and create a chinese competitor without spending time or money on research and development. the congressman says there's nothing we can do to stop it. >> i have never seen such a prolific, exponentially growing problem that the united states isn't prepared to handle. the chinese coming into our networks, stealing blueprints, taking it to china and the economy competing in the international market. >> the white house promised that president obama is putting pressure on the chinese to cut it out. >> i tell you that we have repeatedly raised our concerns at the highest levels about cybertheft with senior chinese officials, including in the military, and we will continue to do so. >> for their part, a chinese foreign ministry sp
're dealing with a very difficult, frankly a gangster regime in china right now. nobody wants to make them unhappy. george, last june, david sanger in the "new york times" ran a story from his first months in office, president obama secretly ordered sophisticated attacks of computer attacks that ran iran's nuclear enrichment facilities. we have participated in cyber sabotage. >> that's what the chinese are saying. >> and it turns out, what if china is thinking, we can compete with the united states or maybe we can just learn how to disable the massive infrastructure of our potential ally or adversary? >> this is an important difference. the united states does not participate, use its military intelligence services for economic espionage, we do not do that. it's prohibited. now, we -- to say as the chair of the intelligence mitt tee, it would be crazy to say that we don't participate in espionage. it's a long-standing tradition between nations. but this is very, very different. >> i think this gets to a fundamental relationship with the chinese. i think we have to make it very clear to them
f graffiti. we don't have enough help. >> i have a group in town down and china town and the north tunnel. [inaudible] the graffiti we abate everything is coming up to the areas now. >> i'm willing to take it on. i think -- >> you are telling me you are ready for this? >> i think so. >> okay. >> there you go. >> all right. >> all right. >> ready to do it. let's go. >> want to get the gray signses this over here and the garbage can and normally we don't do private property since it's on the corridor route you can come with me we will use black. >> we had a lot of changes in the graffiti unit. we do private property if someone moved we remove it and send it to the attorney's office and they take appropriate action. >> damage their property there. it's important to write the color in case they want to say what part of our house you abated the graffiti on. >> using your safety glasses the gloves. >> you got it. >> you know some places we gashi, people appreciate that. you know, a lot of timeses they say, thank you. >> the time where it's visible. a lot of people put it o
the water aquarks afers and if we don't take it here, china will take it they have no pollution control there . there will be a psychological impact if you take oil tarsanings. up in canada. they are third behind venezuela and saudi arabia in the amount of reserves and equal to two-thirds of what venezuela sales the market. it would be a psyche longical impact. >> emac bringings up a fantastic point. the way they dri for oil in places like venezuela and russia is awful. compared to our oil spims and there is it always a risk and a dange in getting these things, but don't we do it best? >> you will not have. if youment perfection go and live in a cave. this is private money willing to take the risk . how about easing restrictions on federal lands and have the fly. if pime want to put up the capitol for it great. we'll be the beneficial. >> environmentam i felt are against any plan to get oil. >> you might be getting a bit carried away. let me respond to a few things. to rich's point that it will create stability. if we could be assured that the oil coming in the refinement that oil woul
political leaders and we can argue to get our fair share of federal fund and the trade in china we learned is exceeding the united states so the west coast ports are going to be more and more important. we've got to carry the message to our political leaders >> so i did take notes on the items you asked for commissioner. do we have any new business >> any new business or public comments. francisco i know you listed yourself for other comments >> the reason i came here for public comments and because of my past history i have to comment. so one of the things missing in this presentation and or issues. some of the toongz have been removed. you should revisit to find out what that can do. and on port proprieties when had pollution in our base and we have to understand those things. we can talk about pier, however, we want to. we know there are some ammonia places. we have to look at it in this way we know that one time for over 10 thousand years the people kept this area press tin and somebody came in over here and polluted this area. we need to pay attention to environmental issues. so ou
significant holiday in china. the new year also marking a shift in the chinese zodiac, making it the year of the snake. the chinese zodiac is based on a 12-year cycle and is represented by 12 different animals. music's finest celebrating the best of their industry at the 55th annual grammy awards in los angeles. the awards show presenting a mixture of newcomers and veterans. after years of criticism for celebrating music by older performers, long past their prime, the recording academy nominating large numbers of young musicians and singers in key categories. british folk band mumford & sons taking top honors with a win for album of the year, and indie trio fun winning best new artist and song of the year. for "teen kids news," i'm heather childers, "fox news channel in the classroom." >> ever since the end of world war ii, the iron curtain of communism darkened the lives of millions living in eastern europe. lauren reports on how a wall covered with graffiti came to become a symbol of freedom for those "back in the u.s.s.r." >> the heart of the czech republic is the beautiful city of pra
of course is in china. 5,000 years old. but the second one is here in san francisco where they have been celebrating chinese new year since the gold rush. now, this is the largest chinese new year's parade outside of china. and it's considered one of the top ten parades in the world according to the promoters of this parade. 100 units will file by here tonight before it's over. i have been here for a couple of hours to get off market street on the way to chinatown and when they get there there will be one big finale where they explode the finale of some 600,000 firecrackers. so it's a big night tonight. and this parade will draw about a million people. good night for it, good time ahead, so let's see what it brings. >> thank you, don. don will have more on the parade when it's in full swing at 6:30. >>> well, a new crane is going to pick up where the toppled bay bridge crane left off. what caused the crane to collapse on thursday is still being investigated. it was removing a 129-ton piece of metal when it fell over. that metal piece was part of bridg
public schools china and india 220 days of instruction and in the united states it is only 180 days? that is drastic between china and india 40 +-- per year if you multiply that kindergarten through 12th grade it is a big disadvantage. >> guest: people say what do we need to save the education? in my opinion you have to put every single resource there and it is the resources of time. if you look at the schools in this country whether traditional, a charter schools, they are in school more and have their kids working and after school and on weekends we are still living on the agrarian calendar. literally it is interesting somebodies said on a talk show the other day or applaud that said the u.s. is not doing worse than what it was doing before but she is right when you looked at the fact academic achievement levels of the kids in the '60s and '70s is pretty much on par with where we are today. it is true from that vantage point* we're not worse but the problem is there are countries that are leapfrog ahead of fiat the head of west lafayette and liechtenstein are both growing two or t
to zig-zag through downtown, over to union square, and then wrap up in china town but the proceed just started so suspect traffic to be snarled up for quite a while. reporting live in downtown san francisco, abc7 news. >> ama: looks like so much fun. and in redwood city, hundreds of people packed courthouse square to ring in the lunar near -- new year. a lions dance kicked off the celebrations. >>> just ahead, the tall ships sail should the bay area. why they're here and how you can gate look. >> another spectacular saturday. look at the view outside. what's ahead for sunday? leigh glaser is up next with the forecast. >> mike: cal and st. mary's inching closer to an ncaa tournament bin. and ryan vogelsong took the hill to kick off giants cactus league >> ama: san francisco's water front has two new tall visitors, the lady washington and the steel-hulled hawai'i yap chieftan. people 16 and older can actually learn the art of how to sail a tall ship. the ships will be at the pier through wednesday, and maybe the weather will hold. >> leigh: we had a lot of wind today, gusting out of the
china, he loans us 40 cents on every single dollar largest stimulus in history. santa claus is real apparently. >> if you're concerned about it, can you imagine when the sequester hits? that's, that's the tragedy. >> oh, give me a break. >> that's fear mongering, that's nothing else, please. >> and to jehmu's point further. >> brenda: go ahead. >> we should be grateful we're not raising the payroll tax to make up for the lost tens of billions to the treasuries fund and going back to the level it was a few years ago, we're lucky in that sense, that system is the big e-hole they've got and had enough. look, it helped retailers the lowest a lot and hurt them this year. this is not in a recession, we've lived through this payroll tax clip and for cycles going back for many, many years, to think that we need it lower or we're going into depression is absurd. we're not there now. and we can handle paying off our debt. >> gary b. we may not be in recession officially right now, but we need one more quarter of negative, of contraction of gdp and we will be. >> john sums it up. we're the wor
to say china is light ner terms of taxation than the u.s. basically the chinese state owns the whole country and that's hardly a low tax society. look, this countries is tapeable of great acts of discipline? great acts of discipline. >> the first discipline would be to elect someone who's honest with us and say you know what, aim going to cut spending. we've got to take some pain at some point. there's a limit how much we can tax each other. >> you want to hear ben howl like howard dean, take the interest deductions. >> and by the way, you seem upset, so i want to work around that. when we come back, forget about getting on the wrong side of these super heroes, it's in family you have to worry about, because the simpsons might have a ride at the universal theme park at orlando, but about to be taken for a ride when it comes to their-- >> and like to go on that ride. ide at the time. keep is here on the fox news channel for all of your headlines, i'm jamie colby. >> cameras and action. >> neil: talk about a health care disaster movie. because the way this is playing out, parents you d
that would put on them in terms of trade as, we're trying to hold china down. now that we've got to the top, were trying to hamstring the more tied them up with a not of rules -- them or tie them up with a not of rules -- knot of rules. >> tonight at eight o'clock on c-span's q&a. >> next, secretary of state john kerry delivers his first speech about challenges in us foreign policy. the calls on congress to avoid the automatic spending cuts that could jeopardize more than $2 billion in foreign aid, security assistance, and international programs. this is just under an hour. [applause] >> thank you very much. thank you so much. hello, uva. it is great to be back on the grounds. i want to say to president sullivan what a treat it is to be here with you. thank you for hosting this great occasion. to my friend robert hurt, served with him in state government and now we travel to washington together. i look forward to good work together, especially if on this occasion to introduce secretary kerry and to introduce uva to the secretary. as i walked onto the stage i had a memory. on this stage with
intellectual property theft debate, finger-pointing at china and other countries. i basically emphasize is do is they say, not as they did and from the get-go, america's mode of industrialization was not focusing first on domestic innovation, but aggressive widespread enthusiastic over past, especially british technologies. alexander hamilton was the most enthusiastic upon it, almost official state policy to go out and do this. interestingly enough, in other brown brother has a crucial role here. not john brown the bad rather come the slave trader, profiteer, but the nice brother, the quaker, pacifists, abolitionists. how did mrs. brown play a role here? he hired samuel slater. they are considered the grandfather of the american industrial revolution. probably an overstatement, but go to wikipedia and he will be credited. he actually smuggled himself out of england in defiance of extraordinarily strict british immigration laws that did not allow machine has come artisan precisely because if he did would end up helping countries other than england. smuggled himself to new york. heard about him
of additional currency of appreciation of their exchange rates. brazil has done that. china intervenes in the currency markets. switzerland puts a cap on its rate. they're trying to defend themselves. each of those distortions in the market forces action somewhere else. it is a dangerous situation. >> if we do get into a currency ar, the united kingdom -- sterling fell by 20%. the bank of england was pleased by that. here is the thing, sterling is falling again. why? >> sterling is falling because it is likely to lose its aaa rating%. -- a rating soon. the bank of england is likely to print more money. it is likely to be undesirable from an international investor perspective. the general economic outlook is poor. >> beads have always been used for money. this is the currency from the north american indian. >> are reassuring picture emerges. by printing money, countries are trying to boost their own economies. there is no currency war. any resemblance is purely accidental. comes to winning nobel prizes, the u.k., second only to the united states. this country's reputation for genius has
that in asset transferred secret weapon system technology to foreign countries, including china. congressman frank wolf of virginia, congressman lamar smith of texas says it has been four years since the fbi began its investigation into an unnamed individuals at the nasa ames research center and that prosecutors have been ready to charge those employees but have been blocked by the justice department. among the sensitive technologies reportedly linked to china and other countries, guidance systems from the tomahawk cruise missile and radar from f35 fighter jets. well, new video being released from i2011 taxpayer funded cultural sensitivity training program at department of agriculture, this time showing a diversity awareness trainer to asking employees to chant about discrimination and suggesting the united states took over what used to beat mexico. >> i want you to say, if we work for federal agency, said that. >> if we work for a federal agency. >> we have discriminated in the past. >> we have discriminated in the past. >> mexicans into this country illegally. never mind that the united st
, a high percentage of products come from the developing world, especially china. wal-mart and he said processors and grain traders for the biggest proponent of globalizing the food system. they find it advantageous to process, to grow food rates cheaper countries in countries with environmental laws are weaker, where they can have an even easier time to teaching policies. and so, increasingly foods are being produced in the country. and if are talking about organic, it's difficult to verify in the u.s. that organic products are meeting the standards. so we can imagine how this is happening in places like china. >> up next,
times at airports and scaled-back cybersecurity would mean more vult to attacks from hackers in china and at home, threatening our infrastructure. furloughs and layoffs would affect more than 800 workers in the defense industry at the same time that north korea is testing a nuclear bomb. cuts at the irs would mean fewer tax return reviews and longer waits to get refunds. and more than 100,000 people would be thrown out of emergency housing and onto the streets. one way or another, everyone is going to feel this. while washington continues to play the blame game. >> the bottom line is very simple -- the republicans have proposed devastating cuts. >> washington democrats have gotten used to republicans bailing them out of their own lack of responsibility. >> now that we're clear at what is at stake, let's figure out whether this is really going to happen. john king is cnn's chief national correspondent. what is the likelihood of this sequester, these forced budget cuts going into effect starting friday? >> there's no serious negotiations, so at the moment. it looks like they will go in.
. it is someone in china hacking their way into a company and stealing any information that company has that is of a value or into a research lab. this is a pandemic. it is a quiet pandemic. billions of dollars, $300 billion, it would cost the united states in lost research and development. that means lost jobs. you cannot be an american company in compete against a chinese company it all the money you pay for research and development if they get for nothing. they get all of it for nothing. whether it is taxpayer money or stockholder money that pays for it, they wait until it is done and they steal it and use it to compete against us. the third issue is cyber war. it does not happen that much. it has been demonstrated that it could happen. instead of blowing something up with a bomb or missile, you blow it up with a cyber command. it is not science fiction. it has been demonstrated. the united states did it to iran, blowing up 800 nuclear centrifuges with a cyber command instead of dropping a bomb overhead. we also demonstrated you can do it two electrical generators. you can do it to p
with to plan another us-china governors forum in beijing this spring. [applause] we are also joined by the premier of manitoba and a delegation from the canada- united states interparliamentary group and our friends from the brazilian embassy and the taipei economic and cultural economic office. if you are could stand. thank you for being here. [applause] you honor us by being here. i became chair of the national governors association in july. i began my year-long initiative, called a better bottom line. employing people with disability. this initiative focuses on the roles of both state government and businesses can play in advancing employment opportunities for people with disabilities to be gainfully employed in the labor market. as governors, we know how cynical jobs and employment are to our constituents in the economies of our states. when a significant segment of our population is kept from participating in the workforce, talent is being wasted and our economic competitiveness suffers. implement outcomes for individuals with disabilities have not improved since 1990. during t
in. >>> take a look at this blaze in a fireworks warehouse in china. firefighters say the fire started in a candle company on the third floor of the building then spread down to the ground floor where the fireworks are stored. firefighters say it took about four hours to put out the flames. the good news no one was injured. >>> freezing, hold for five seconds. >>> in hong kong, 101-year-old runner chasting says tomorrow he will run his last competitive race. just two months shy of his 102nd birthday, ching is planning to take part of the 10- kilometer leg. sing ran his first marathon at the age of 92 following the death of his wife and son. singh says he does not intend to give up running for fun. >>> u.s. and mexican authorities have shut down a tunnel. the opening was in mexico just west of the nogales port of entry and extended five miles into u.s. territory. authorities believe this tunnel was going to be used by drug smugglers. authorities have arrested a man they found digging the route. >>> police say they have public support and president obama should move forward with
's the largest event of its kind outside of mainland china, and while it's the year of the snake, it's the dragons that steal the show. >> having fun? >> ees. >> what your favorite part? >> the dragon parade. >> ama: it is hard to beat those dragons inch redwood city, hundred0s people brought in the lunar new year. a dance kicked off the celebration. >>> another delay for the troubled 787 dreamliner, and it's a setback for san jose's airport. japan's all nippon airways stopped taking reservations. the flights have been cancelled. >>> let get back to leigh glaser for a full look at the forecast. high, leigh. >> leigh: a little bit on the cool side today. wasn't it. thanks to the winds out of the northwest. live doppler 7hd checking in. clear sky. no returns, but here's a look from the high definition roof top cam. bay bridge right here, clear skies, and almost a full moon. right now, 52 in san francisco, oakland, 51, san jose, 47. petaluma, 45. 42 in santa cruz. livermore, 47. here's another look from the high definition mt. tamalpais camera. san francisco in the background, clear sky
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